Error proofing, Supply Chain Management

Find three examples within your transformation process where it is possible to make an error resulting in defective output.

1) Identify what warning signs indicated a potential problem.

2) Identify what type of potential error you encountered.

3) Identify why the potential error might occur.

4) Propose an error proofing change to eliminate the error in question.

5) How might this impact the overall process.

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